Riley Pearce Releases New EP ‘Love And All That Stuff’

March 19, 2021 BY Nettwerk

“Riley Pearce has always been an electrifying folk-adjacent presence… ‘Love and All That Stuff’ embraces a thrilling range of sounds – from electrifying, overdriven highs, to acoustic, ethereal lows…” – Atwood Magazine

“a soothing indie-rock breath of fresh air.” – Culture Collide

” an authentic ballad for the everyday” – The Wild Honey Pie

“the perfect soundtrack to an afternoon walk under dripping wet trees and below rainbows.” – Music For The Misfits

“All one needs to do is press play and get lost within the dreamy, blissful folk arrangement and Pearce’s sublime vocals and lyrics.” – The Revue

“the simplicity of it is spectacular.” – Music is My Life

Alt-folk singer/songwriter Riley Pearce releases his anticipated new EP Love and All That Stuff. In the past, the Perth-based artist has often written about his difficulty coping with change and his love-hate relationship with nostalgia. With family spread across the globe and his own stretches of living in a number of different cities, Riley’s lyrics reflect that all too human need for connection. But on Love and All That Stuff, Riley steps out of his comfort zone and showcases a different style with a 5-track collection of love songs. The EP is available on digital retailers HERE.

He says, “This EP is all about journeying through life alongside someone you love, the ups and downs of a relationship, constantly trying to improve yourself for them, planning a future together and letting someone eat the last chip because you know they’d appreciate it.”

Riley’s honest song writing and relatable storytelling has resonated both in Australia and overseas, with over 60 million streams to date. An in-demand live touring artist, Riley has sold out headline shows around the world and supported the likes of Lord Huron, Tash Sultana, Lifehouse, The Paper Kites and Lucy Rose.